Various - Every Day In The Week - Vol. 2
(rare African-American 78 rpm recordings 1927-1935).
The album comes with a 12 page full color booklet with liner notes/research by Alex Van Der Tuuk.
Every Day In The Week Vol. 2 is like the first volume, a showcase of the eclectic and diverse African-American music styles recorded in the pre-World War Two era.This series does not focus on a single style, artist or region, it's more like one was entering a party in 1935 and everybody was putting their favorite records on the gramophone be it either dance tracks or slow songs.
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A.1 Charlie Lincoln - Country Breakdown
A.2 The Two Poor Boys - Take A Look At That Baby
A.3 Mae Glover - Shake it Daddy
A.4 Sam Morgan's Jazz Band - Short Dress Gal
A.5 Chicken Wilson Skeeter Hinton - Myrtle Avenue Stomp
A.6 James Cole's Washboard Four - Sweet Lizzie
A.7 Jabo Williams - Pratt City Blues
B.1 Dallas String Band - So Tired
B.2 Johnnie Head- Fare Thee Blues-part 1
B.3 Willie Baker - Rag Baby
B.4 Henry Son Sims - Be True Be True Blues
B.5 Teddy Darby - Built Right On the Ground
B.6 Buddy Moss - Hard Times Blues
B.7 Johnson Nelson Porkchop - In The Mornin'
C.1 Perry And His Stomp Band - Ash Can Stomp
C.2 Dixie Four - Kentucky Stomp
C.3 Tub Jug Washboard Band – San
C.4 King David's Jug Band - Tear It Down
C.5 Blythe and Burton - Dustin' The Key
C.6 Sylvester Palmer - Do It Sloppy
C.7 Bee Turner - Rough Treatin' Daddy
D.1 Johnny Temple - The Evil Devil Blues
D.2 Marshall Owens - Try Me One More Time
D.3 Buddy Boy Hawkins - Voice Throwin' Blues
D.4 Daniels & Torrance - I'm Goin' To Tell God How You Doin'
D.5 Slim Duckett And Pig Norwood - I Want To Go Where Jesus Is
D.6 Stump Johnson ( as Snitcher Roberts ) - Snitcher's Blues
D.7 Willie Jackson - Long Time Men